Documentary Feature Competition, World Premiere”I’m just going to be myself and wear what I’m wearing,” says a teenage girl in a man on the street interview. Ironically, she asserts her individuality in an Old Navy T shirt and a Nike visor. This ambitious social issues documentary considers what it means to be a person a citizen, a worker, a neighbor in a culture so wallpapered with corporate logos that we scarcely notice them on our own clothes; in a nation where transnational business entities enjoy the rights of personhood under the Constitution; in a society where the public airwaves are controlled by corporations; and individuals who broadcast are criminals.
How much would paying a living wage even cost H According to the WRC’s calculations, labor comprises about 6 percent of a factory’s costs, and only 1 or 2 percent of the final retail price. Bangladesh, where two of H pilot factories are located, is proposing to double its minimum wage to about 31 cents an hour. The WRC estimates that a living wage would be more like $1.50 an hour.
It’s not necessarily possible to tell by looking if an animal has rabies, but its behavior may offer clues. A rabid animal may act hostile and try to bite, or it could move unusually slowly and seem to lose its natural fear of humans. If a nocturnal animal like a possum or raccoon is out in the daytime and doesn’t seem scared of humans, there’s a chance it could have rabies..
Andy Jordan gave marcoujor a taste of her own medicine! I could feel my sweet Momma in heaven, smiling and watching over Andy. He decided it would be cool to follow his Dad to work, slipping under the gate and running out to the street quick as lightning. Slow and calmly (kinda), I was able to encourage my curious pup back home safely where some words were exchanged mostly for my benefit I am sure..
Jackie Joyner Kersee is not impressed. She is never impressed. Thats why she is so impressive, the most gifted woman athlete since Babe Didrickson Zaharias, Wilma Rudolph and Althea Gibson. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket’s exhaust plume is illuminated during a launch just before dawn Friday at Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral, Fla. The used Falcon rocket blasted off before dawn, hauling nearly 6,000 pounds (2,700 kilograms) of cargo, including the spherical AI bot named Cimon; genetically identical mice, or mousetronauts; and super caffeinated coffee for the crew of the International Space Station. The shipment, packed into a Dragon capsule that’s also recycled, should reach the station Monday.